Women Leadership and Its Superior Effect to Organisation

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Salmiwati Othman, Mohd. Norazmi Bin Nordin, Siti Azura Bahadin, Halimaton Sa’adiah Abdul Jalil, Masita Hj. Ismail, Hadiati Fitri, Shaharulliza Saharudin


Lately, women’s leadership has become a hot topic of discussion among academics, national leaders, even the people in general. After we received the first deputy prime minister among women, the discussion became more significant on the ability and leadership of women. Consciously or not, women’s leadership reflects that, they are also capable of leading well just as men do. Although their percentage in organizational leadership is seen to be low, but their leadership is seen to have a very encouraging effect if they are given the opportunity to lead. Whether the private sector knows government organizations, women's leadership is able to make its own impact. This brief study was conducted randomly in examining the opinions of the majority of the people on women's leadership in this country. The findings of this brief study are expected to provide a basic overview to future researchers to conduct further research.

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